Situations

In-app purchases
4.2
424 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Every day we change the behavior of our mobile devices to match different situations. Why not let the devices do it for you:

- Send SMS messages at a specific location or time
- Send automatic SMS reply to missed calls & SMS
- Switch to silent during meetings and at night
- Have Music player opened when connecting headphones
- Extend phone's battery life when not in use
- And much more!

Situations is an automation app that helps you get rid of routine phone management tasks by doing them automatically for you. The app simply follows your instructions, which are easy and intuitive to set up.

Comprehensive set of features are provided out-of-the-box. Completely free! No ads or privacy concerns attached. Extra features, both free and paid, can be installed right from the application.

Some features require the app to be configured as the default assistant app in system settings.

Somewhat complete list of supported features (free and paid) is available below.

Actions:
- Profile (ringer mode + system volume)
- Media volume
- Notification volume
- Alarm volume
- Alert volumes based on the contact calling or sending SMS
- Ringtone
- Do Not Disturb mode
- Background image (supports ”standard” launchers)
- Display brightness
- Automatic display orientation
- Display timeout
- Airplane mode
- Power saving mode
- Wifi state
- Bluetooth state
- Synchronization state
- Reply with SMS to missed calls & SMS messages
- Send SMS
- Open applications
- Close applications (or move to background on non-rooted devices)
- Open URL
- Log situation events

Conditions:
- Time and weekday
- Calendar event with type & keyword search
- Location
- Attached accessory (charger, headset)
- Network cells
- NFC reader
- Wifi Network (scanning / connected)
- BT devices (scanning / connected)
- Battery charge
- Display state
- Proximity sensor
- Wifi state
- BT state
- GPS state
- NFC state
- Activity
- Mobile data state
- Airplane mode state
- Power saveing mode state
- Internet sharing state
- Synchronisation state
- Active situation
- Profile (ringer mode + system volume)
- Media volume
- Notification volume
- Alert volume
- Ringtone
- Do Not Disturb state
- Display brightness
- Display orientation state
- Display timeout

Some features have extended functionality on rooted phones.
Updated on
Sep 29, 2023

Data safety

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Ratings and reviews

4.2
404 reviews
Ajay Verma
August 4, 2021
I've been using this app since symbian days whan I had Nokia E72. However there's one thing I would like the developers to improve, i.e. if the app has an standalone option to use "network cells" to ascertain the location, then why the user is forced to switch on the GPS?(I'm using Android 10 on Oneplus7) This logic I don't get, symbian was very symplified and didn't have any such unnecessary forced options. Pls could you rectify this, and help save the battery life... Rest all is perfect...
5 people found this review helpful
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Pastilli Labs
July 21, 2020
Thanks for the feedback! Android requires apps to request location permissions (and positioning must be enabled) even when using just network cells. But it does not mean the physical GPS chip is on. It should be on only when there is any app actively using GPS. Anyway, current UI behavior is dictated by the platform. Not much we can do about it.
A Google user
September 20, 2018
App lost all my purchased plugins and thus all my profiles containing extra plugins lost most of their functionality. After re-install plugins came back but I'm facing hours of careful tweaks to restore the configuration back to previous.
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Pastilli Labs
September 20, 2018
Sorry to hear you've experienced such an issue. Did this happen just recently and was there any other event (like system update) happening at the same time? Just in case, please do also export settings from the settings page so that they can be imported back, if same thing happens again.
A Google user
January 22, 2019
Absolutely love this app. Used it since Symbian days. Would like to be able to switch on/off "Do not disturb" settings though, especially the Priority option. Keep up the good work
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Pastilli Labs
January 22, 2019
Thanks for the review! At least a simple "Do not disturb" on / off feature is on its way - hopefully within a couple months. But as the API is restricted, it will require the app to be configured as the default assistant on your device.

What's new

Target SDK version update